Congratulations to Meghan Richey, recipient of the King's Daughters and Sons Scholarship!

Saint Paul University is proud to announce the awarding of a scholarship offered by The Ottawa City Union of the International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons (IOKDS).

The King’s Daughters and Sons (KDS) is an interdenominational Christian service organization and a leadership donor to Saint Paul University. Their focus is to lend a hand in service to others as taken from Mark 10:45, "Not to be ministered unto, but to minister."

This bursary, valued at $ 1000, is available to full-time students preparing for ministry in their respective denominations in the Faculty of Theology. Preference is given to candidates for ordination and students enrolled in the Master of Divinity program.

Meghan Richey plans on completing her Master’s in Theology in the near future. She hopes to one day work for L’Abri Fellowship, a network of Christian Study communities.


From left to right : André Beaudry, Chief Advancement Officer, Caroline Iwasaki, Second Vice President, IOKDS, Yvan Mathieu, Dean, Faculty of Theology,  Meghan Richey, Bursary Recipient, Chantal Beauvais, Rector, and
Dr. Walter Davidson, President, IOKDS


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